No one intends to become indebted to the IRS or the state. It just happens. It can occur because you made mistakes on your tax return, or you might have found that you owed taxes one year but didn’t have the money to pay. Before you knew it, your tax bills were getting bigger. And you didn’t know what to do.
Many people become so overwhelmed with their tax debt that they just ignore it, hoping that the problem will disappear. Unfortunately, the government is one of the most aggressive debt collectors out there, and they won’t stop until you’re all paid up. If you don’t pay, they have some nasty tactics to use against you.
They will use these weapons to convince you to pay your taxes, or they will simply take your money. They can do things like place liens on your property, take your personal property, add penalties to your tax bill, and send you frightening letters.
No one wants to deal with the IRS. It’s terrifying and stressful, and it can make your life miserable. However, there is a way to get the IRS off your back for good. You must face your tax debt and make the commitment to resolve the situation once and for all. And you should know that you don’t have to face this on your own.
Our staff of tax attorneys and enrolled IRS agents provides tax resolution services that can allow you to finally put these tax issues behind you. Reach out to The W Tax Group today.
IRS Tax Liens
The IRS can lay claim to your personal property, including vehicles, land, and your house, by filing a tax lien. This places the government’s interest in your property above that of all other creditors. Get help removing a tax lien before that lien turns into a levy.
IRS Tax Levy
The government is legally allowed to seize your personal property if you’ve failed to pay your taxes. They can take money from your bank accounts, garnish your wages, take your vehicles, and even seize your house. Resolve your tax debt before you lose everything you’ve worked for.
IRS Tax Penalties
The IRS charges penalties and interest when you’re behind on your taxes. Penalties add up quickly and can sometimes make up the bulk of a tax bill. Your tax professional may be able to get penalties removed, reducing your tax bill and making the debt more manageable.
When you’re looking to hire a nationwide tax resolution group to help you get your tax situation under control, you want to know that the attorneys and other staff members you’re calling are people you can trust.
Our tax office has helped countless clients manage their tax debt, and we can help you, too. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, so you know we can be trusted.
Our process is simple. We start with a free tax debt analysis, during which you can tell us about your tax issue, your situation, and your income concerns, and we can put together a plan to get you out of debt.
Next, our office will thoroughly investigate your tax issues and come up with the best solution for your situation. Finally, we will communicate with the IRS and ensure that you are in compliance with them as you work on the plan we’ve laid out for you.
We deal with many tax resolution services, any one of which could be just what you need to solve your tax dilemma. We can assist you with offers in compromise, installment agreements, lien and levy releases, penalty abatement, filing back tax returns, currently not collectible, tax audit representation help, and communicating with the IRS.
A tax debt professional can make all the difference in resolving your tax debt. Ask us how we can help you.
When you owe back taxes, your whole life is affected. You are living in fear that the IRS will call in that debt and take everything you have. You may be getting frightening phone calls and letters, and depending on your financial situation, you may not know if or how you’ll be able to pay off your back tax debt.
There’s almost always a way a tax attorney or enrolled IRS agent can help you. Our nationwide team can communicate with the IRS or the state to resolve your tax issues. Below are some of the ways we can help.
Set Up Installment Agreements – Your tax lawyer can negotiate with the IRS to allow you to pay your back taxes in monthly payments, known as an installment agreement. Many people aren’t able to pay a large sum of money all at once, so monthly payments may be the best way to handle their tax debt.
Currently Not Collectible – Some people really don’t have the money to pay their back taxes, and your attorney can show the government that you are currently not collectible.
This means that your attorney can get the IRS to stop sending you letters and actually pause collection efforts until you are able to pay your taxes again. The statute of limitations may pass before you’re able to pay, and your tax debt may be forgiven.
Penalty Abatement – When you don’t pay your taxes on time, the government will add penalty fees and charge you interest on top of the tax debt you already owe. Penalties and interest continue accruing the longer you go without paying your tax debt.
For some, the penalties and interest could raise their bill to an amount they simply can’t afford. Your attorney may be able to negotiate the removal of penalties, especially if you have a good reason for not paying your taxes. This can make the bill much more affordable for you.
There’s almost always a way a tax attorney can help you. Your lawyer can communicate with the IRS or the state to resolve your tax issues.
WAYS THE W TAX GROUP
Our licensed tax professionals work tirelessly to help you get your tax problems under control.
Working with a lawyer to resolve your tax issues can help alleviate the stress and anxiety you’ve been living with. Once you’re in compliance with the IRS, a great weight will leave your shoulders.
Unlike some other groups, The W Tax Group has attorneys and other staff members who will listen to your concerns, find the right solution for your unique tax situation, and never make you false promises that we can’t keep.
The IRS may be more likely to work with you when you have a tax attorney on your side. The IRS will know that you’re taking your tax debt seriously and taking steps to correct the problem. In addition, when you have an attorney communicating with the IRS on your behalf, you will no longer have to deal the stress of arguing with debt collectors.
There are many tax resolution programs that could work for you. Call us to learn more about eliminating your tax debt.
In some cases, your tax debt will be high, and you may need legal assistance to communicate effectively with the IRS. Our tax group works with individuals and businesses to iron out tax problems and work on solutions the IRS will agree to.
For instance, we may get the IRS to release a lien or levy if your lawyer can show good cause to do so. Without help, you likely won’t know how to convince the IRS to work with you like that.
Below are a few more ways your tax resolution lawyer can help solve your tax problems:
Offer in Compromise – An offer in compromise is essentially a settlement agreement between you and the IRS. The IRS may accept less than the full amount of back taxes owed and forgive the rest of your tax debt. Why would they agree to this? Because they believe it’s the most they can get from you in a reasonable amount of time.
Your attorney can look at your income, your personal situation, and how much tax debt you owe and determine whether you qualify for this settlement program.
Tax Audit Representation – Being audited by the IRS is always going to be a scary event, but it can be made less so if you have a lawyer beside you. When you secure legal assistance during the audit process, you can rest assured that your interests are being protected and your rights won’t be violated.
Help Filing Back Tax Returns – Sometimes, people get behind on filing their tax returns, and before they even realize it, they’re two or three years behind. The IRS does not take it lightly when you don’t file your tax returns. In some cases, you could even go to jail.
Get your tax returns filed as soon as possible with the help of a lawyer from our office. One of our core tax resolution services is to make sure you are caught up on back tax returns. Once those returns are filed, we will also help you come up with a plan to pay any back taxes owed.
Liens and Levies
Don’t lose the property you’ve spent your life acquiring. Call a tax professional who can help remove a tax lien.
A tax lien is when the IRS or the state files a legal claim saying that they have an interest in your property. When a debt collector files a lien, they are claiming that you owe them money and they have a right to any proceeds from the sale of the property they have placed a lien on.
For instance, if the IRS files a lien against your house and your house is sold, the lien ensures that the IRS receives some of the money from the sale of that house. Liens can be complicated, and understanding your options when you have a lien is confusing.
In some cases, your tax relief attorney may be able to get a lien released if it can be shown that the release of the lien will benefit the IRS or the state. There are many legal rules and requirements, however, and your lawyer will have to negotiate to make this happen.
Is the IRS garnishing your paycheck or bank accounts or threatening to take your house? Get help now—before it’s too late.
A tax levy is when the IRS actually has the right to take your property. This can include taking money right out of your bank accounts, garnishing your paycheck (before you receive your check), seizing other personal property (such as vehicles, boats, etc.), and seizing your land and home.
It may horrify you to think the government can take your belongings, but they do have that right. If you haven’t paid your taxes and you aren’t in communication with the IRS, they can and will act to get your tax debt resolved. When you have an attorney on your side, you may be able to keep your property from being seized.
Your lawyer can immediately begin communicating with the IRS, which can help halt any impending levies. In some cases, your attorney may be able to get a levy released. For example, if your lawyer shows that the levy of your paycheck is causing you great economic hardship, it may be possible to get the levy lifted.
Here are some of the reasons why the IRS may agree to release a levy:
You’ve reached an installment agreement.
Your property is worth more than the tax debt, and the release of the levy won’t hurt the chance that the IRS will collect the debt.
Releasing the levy will actually help you pay your taxes.
The collection period ended before the levy was put into effect.
You’ve already paid the amount you owed.
The thought of losing your property is overwhelming, and if your paycheck or bank account has already been garnished, you know how that can impact your life financially. You don’t have to live like this any longer. Our nationwide tax resolution group can begin communicating with the IRS today so you can get out of this difficult situation.
Solving Your IRS Problems
Don’t keep living with stress and threatening collection letters. Take control of the situation by calling the licensed tax professionals at The W Tax Group.
As you can see, a tax resolution professional can help you get out from under tax debt in many ways—no matter how impossible that may seem. It may be that you qualify for an offer in compromise. Perhaps you’re currently not collectible. Maybe a payment plan is all you need to get your tax debt under control.
Whatever the tax dilemma you have, we can provide the tax resolution service necessary to fix it. You don’t even have to be 100 percent sure that you want to hire us yet—you can still talk with an attorney about your tax problems during a free tax debt analysis.
We will discuss your tax dilemmas and share with you some of the ways we could resolve them.
Find out how The W Tax Group can help. If you aren’t satisfied with the help we provide you, we even offer a fifteen-day satisfaction guarantee. There is simply no reason for you to continue living in fear, wondering when the IRS is going to come and take your belongings away. Call us today at 1-877-500-4930 or fill out the form below.